It doubles as a vegetable AND a spoon. Bok choy is sometimes called a soup spoon because of the shape of its leaves. Read More
Red potatoes have more potassium than a banana! Read More
All bell peppers start out as green. Yellow, orange, red, and purple are all stages of ripening, and offer different levels of sweetness. Read More
Its unique name is derived from the German word for cabbage (kohl) and turnip (rabi). Read More
Originally tomatoes were considered poisonous by Europeans. It was thought if you ate a tomato, its poison would turn your blood to acid. Aren’t we glad that turned out to be just a myth? Read More
During medieval times, the green pigment extracted from spinach was used as ink for artwork.
Kale has more nutritional value than spinach, and unlike many vegetables, cooking kale doesn’t diminish any of its nutritional benefits Read More
Celeriac is one of the oldest root vegetables in recorded history and despite having a rooted bottom much like a potato, the celery “root” grows above ground! Read More